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Ron Chapman believes there are no self-made men or women. “All I have and all I am came from people and circumstances for which I cannot claim credit. While I don't define myself much anymore as the product of any specific hardship, I have been drawn in ways I could not resist. Had I not been drawn, I could never have succeeded in the face of some daunting life challenges.” One of those key challenges was the battle with addiction, a battle that Ron has waged continuously for three decades o ...
 
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In recovery much is said about the concept of “one day at a time” as a way to tackle what feels like the insurmountable task of staying sober long-term. But perhaps further guidance in this matter can come from another practice - Buddhism. In this episode of Progressive Content, The Author of “One Breath at a Time” Kevin Griffin sits down with Ron …
 
For the latest episode of Progressive Content, Ron Chapman interviews Rabbi Rami Shapiro about his latest book and his unique take on addiction recovery. Shapiro believes there is much more to the 12 Step Practice than we often work through; in fact, he believes it's meant to be a spiritual practice for everyone.To learn more about Rabbi Rami Shapi…
 
Lindy and Karen, who are considered veterans of addiction recovery, discuss what it's like to go from brokenness to blossoming. If you've ever wondered what potential can be reached through working the 12 Steps, then this message of hope is for you. Please join us for the final episode of the first season of The Recovery Sessions.…
 
Making amends isn't just about atonement for the wrongs committed against your loved ones; it's about redefining the nature of your relationship based on recovery. In this episode, Ron not only tells his own story, he also details how living the amended life transformed his relationship with his daughters.…
 
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